Pirates Moves To Verizon

The Pirates of the Caribbean Multiplayer game has reportedly gone live on Verizon Wireless. The multiplayer online real-time game was produced by Floodgate, and will have people playing on maps that hold up to 16 players. The servers can hold “tens of thousands” of players and the intention is to make it cross-carrier, although that may have to wait on deals with other carriers. The game has three different ships for players to use and three different modes of play. All-in-all it sounds like a pretty good game which is based on the whole concept rather than a particular movie, although the proof will be in the playing.
It will cost $3.49 per month to play, and the game fully supports streaming content and a mobile social community, so it could develop into a recurring revenue generator.
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